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Matt from the Office Summits Grays Peak

Having come 500 ft short of summiting Grays the week before, Nic and I were as determined as ever to get atop our first 14er and ride down. We had all the gear necessary and our plan was solid, now the weather just needed to cooperate. We checked the forecasts and Saturday, May 21st seemed like our best bet.

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Matt from the Office Takes on Grays and Torreys Peaks

After failing to summit Torreys Peak, Nic and I took naps then went back to the drawing board. We now knew for sure now that for our approach we would have to start skinning near I-70. This meant for a very long approach before we would start making our actual ascent up the mountain. In short, we couldn't waste any energy fumbling around on our skins on steep icy sections or having our feet sink 2 feet with every step while trying to bootpack. We decided we would use crampons in skin mode to make the ascent as easy as possible.

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Matt from the Office and Brent Meyer Tackle Shit for Brains Couloir

Shit for Brains Couloir is a classic line that kept coming up time and time again over the last couple of years in Google searches for backcountry lines in the Colorado Front Range. It is also one that's not very hidden as it can be seen from Arapahoe Basin and from the drive up U.S Highway 6 heading up to Loveland Pass from A-Basin. So naturally it's been on my short list of backcountry objectives for some time now.

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